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European Union project - invitation for Associate Partners

Autonomous ‘Personal Learning Networks’ for Language Teachers (APLaNet)


For Language educators and users of Internet language resources. 


The APLaNet project will be showing and helping language educators how to join existing and create their own Personal Learning Networks (PLN) on existing social networks. The project will show you how to join and use the resources that are daily

being created, shared, tested and talked about.


Using a PLN language educators will be able to find their way through the jungle of ICT resources on the net and find language teachers, just like themselves, that will help them use the resources.


We are looking for 2 types of Associate partners (in the downloadable document we describe the associate partner roles in depth):
  1. Teachers of languages – interested in piloting the project
  2. Existing users of Social networks in their language teaching

You can download a document to understand more about the project and how you can be involved here or take the attachment below.

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